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Women's Report (Magazine, 1971-?)


"Set up in Nov '71 as a current awareness publication on issues relating to women. The group that set it up was associated with the Women's Lobby and the Fawcett Society but later broke away. Bi monthly printed magazine, with a circ. of about 2,000. Sold via subs, through bookshops, conferences etc. Costs: £400 per issue, self financing (though subs). 6-25 women work on WR, the collective is open and work is unpaid. Aims to inform women, WR has sections on health, work, law, news from abroad, images of women, reviews etc. The collective discusses contributions and accepts entries from men where applicable. Provides a broad based info service for women. 30p per copy."

- Information from the "Directory of Women's Liberation Newletters, Magazines, Journals...", by Dena and Shaila (York, UK), c.1978


United Kingdom
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Grassroots media in Europe
Women's Liberation Movement